© 2017 by Shizue Seigel. San Francisco, CA

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Books

ENDANGERED SPECIES; ENDURNG VALUES

STANDING STRONG: FILLMORE & JAPANTOWN

Edited by Shizue Seigel

 A community anthology of prose, poetry and visuals by African Americans and Japanese Americans exploring layers of displacement in two San Francisco neighborhoods—migration and immigration, incarceration, redevelopment, and gentrification. The book was developed through Write Now! creative writing groups.   

IN GOOD CONSCIENCE

by Shizue Seigel

Vivid portraits of teachers, ministers and just plain folks who stood up against the mass incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II. Who were they? What did they do? What were the consequences?  What transforms ordinary people into extraordinary advocates for justice and compassion?

Distillations: Meditations on the Japanese American Experience

Edited by Shizue Seigel, with Reiko Fujii, Lucien Kubo, and Judy Shintani

Exhibition catalog for 2011 art exhibition by four Japanese American Sansei women artists at Art & Consciousness Gallery, John F. Kennedy University, Berkeley.

Century of Change: The Memoirs of Nellie Nakamura

Shizue Seigel and Nellie Nakamura

Nellie Nakamura's family history traces her family from Meiji-era Japan to 2002. told in an innovative blend of oral history and contextual background, with over 100 family photos.

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